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"I never saw motherhood and my career as mutually exclusive, but in Germany there seems to be a cultural barrier towards combining the two."
To guard against the risks of unemployment, gaining expertise in technologies that have broad applications is extremely important.
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The DFG are prepared to fund a variety of exchange scenarios with no age restrictions in place, providing funding to all scientists based in Germany and at various stages of their careers.
Moving from research to clinical work and back to research slows down career development.
"University programs that allow medical graduates to undertake an official PhD are slowly appearing on the German scene."
"Although the job market is tight, there is always room for good people."
"Graduates are more or less offered leading positions at farms and wineries, and after a while you can find these young people in top positions of the wine industry."
"We are always on the lookout for people with project management skills." --Jochen Knolle
"I always tell young people to get a solid basis in their subject, whether it is chemistry, physics, or biology, and to specialise afterward."
" I feel I am doing a good job, and I have enough money from grants to continue my work, but I still have to leave."
[H]er team currently consists of an impressively diverse group including computer scientists, physicists, biochemists, and chemists.
An excellent doctoral education should not be left to chance.
Get out and meet fellow researchers, and never turn down an opportunity to give a talk.
Lewis, who trained as a geoscientist to doctoral level, describes her work at Dstl as 'research, but a different kind of research.'
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